NEW ALBANY —
“This is the first time in my 15 years as a prosecutor and my 101⁄2 years here that the investigators were ordered not to talk to the prosecutor’s [office] concerning their investigation,” Henderson said, “and those questions are going to be asked as well — what is there about this case that caused them not to communicate with my office?”
The grand jury is expected to last several days and possibly into next week.
According the prosecutor’s office, witnesses expected to be called during the proceedings include the Kentucky medical examiner, members of the New Albany Police Department and Mayor Jeff Gahan.
The grand jury is closed to the general public.